You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later. When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader. The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a ‘favorite’, logged-in patrons will also be able to: See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL View their profile information Browse their favorites See a listing of their holds and recalls Initiate ‘Get This’ requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc. We’re still working on Search History. We hope to have it available soon. Once it’s here, it will provide a list of your recent searches and allow you to revisit them within a browser session. Sequential browsing of the catalog is not currently functional, but you can try another type of browsing by searching for nothing at all (just click the search button with an empty box) and then narrowing the results. We have not yet determined if we’ll be able to make browsing available when the initial public Mirlyn2 beta rolls out in January. The ability to hold or recall an item is not yet functional, it will be working by the time we go live. Currently, this application doesn’t support an integrated reserves system with Aleph. We will likely send users to the reserves system in Mirlyn. It’s not clear how to support ‘New Items’ in this software, for the moment, we’re just going to send people to the regular Newly Cataloged Items page. Search tips are not functional at this point. It has not yet been determined how searching guidance will be provided. Catalog Search Bibliographic search (Title, Author, Subject, ISBN/ISSN, Publisher, Series Title, or Year of Publication) of all HathiTrust items Experimental Search Full-text search of a small subset of HathiTrust items Go to Public Collections to browse other people’s collections. Items from these collections can be copied into your own private collection. Create your own Private Collection by searching or browsing to find items of interest and then adding them to a collection. Use * or ? to search for alternate forms of a word. Use * to stand for several characters, and ? for a single character: e.g. optim* will find optimal, optimize or optimum, wom?n will find woman and women. Use AND and OR between words to combine them with Boolean logic: e.g. (heart OR cardiac) AND surgery will find items about heart surgery or cardiac surgery. Boolean terms must be in uppercase. Source.